Thank you, Mr. Chair.
In fact, I may have a question to start.
This is about privatizing the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority, an entity that is known—and at the same time little-known—to Canadians. Every Canadian who travels by plane goes through security before boarding. That security is provided by the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority.
The bill seeks to privatize that entity, which is currently a Crown corporation, unless I am mistaken, but will outright become an independent body. The Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities has looked into this issue. That brings me to my first question, which is for the people before us who are very familiar with the file.
Have you taken note of the meetings of the transport committee, the discussions held there and the opinions raised on the idea of privatizing the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority?